The topics discussed often focus on the core areas of IAS -- analytical sociology, organizational dynamics, segregation dynamics, and cultural dynamics -- but seminars also focus on other topics, including general theory and research methods.
In addition, we arrange various lectures and workshops featuring leading researchers in sociology and other disciplines from around the world.
Our events are open to everyone and we very much look forward to seeing you at one of our events!
Venue: Zoom. Please contact Madelene Töpfer, email@example.com, för Zoom link.
Time: 11:00-12:30 Thursdays (some exceptions below)
17.9 Stoyan V. Sgourev, SSEC Business School - Paris: Epm Betting on Black (Metal): Valuation arbitrage in destigmatization.
1.10 Jonas Radl, Universidad Carlos III de Madrid 1: The difference between saying and doing: Comparing subjective and objective measures of effort
8.10 14:00 pm to 15:30 pm Eduardo Bonilla-Silva, Duke University: What makes “systemic racism” systemic?
14.10 16:00 pm to 17:30 pm (Wednesday) Matthew J. Salganik, Princeton University: The fragile families challenge: Estimating the predictability of life trajectories using a scientific mass collaboration
22.10 Laura K. Nelson, U.S. South Northeastern University: Leveraging the alignment between machine learning and intersectionalityusing word embeddings to measure intersectional experiences of the nineteenth-century
29.10 Przepiorka, W. (Wojtek) Utrecht University: Testing sociological theories with online market data
5.11 Siegwart Lindenberg, University of Groningen: Microfoundations for the social sciences
12.11 Mario Diani, University of Trento: Multiplex and multimodal networks in collective action fields
19.11 Luis Miller: Determinants of inequality acceptability across social contexts Institute of Public Goods and Policies of the Spanish National Research Council
26.11 Are Skeie Hermansen, University of Oslo: Immigration, inequality, and segregation in the labor market
3.12 Miranda Jessica Lubbers, Autonomous University of Barcelona: "Segregation in extended social networks: The benefits and disadvantages of using the Network Scale-Up Method in research "
10.12 Jason Reifler, University of Exeter. Cancelled.
17.12 16:00 pm to 17:30 pm Sandra González-Bailón, University of Pennsylvania: Exposure to news in the Digital Age